Usability Evaluation of Online Learning Programs

Usability Evaluation of Online Learning Programs

Bernard Blandin (CESI SAS, France)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-553-5.ch522
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Human activities are social activities, in essence. Evaluating or using a piece of software is a social activity, as well as a learning activity. Nonetheless, these activities are generally considered as relying upon universal and culturally neutral criteria or ways of achieving them. This chapter makes the case for an opposite viewpoint and aims to support the idea that “usability of online learning software” has to be considered as situated.

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